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  • wum vol 20 no 8
    • Experience Virtualization
    • August 7 - (August Newsletter)
    • At MAK we test our software in the same types of IT configurations that our customers use. Increasingly those architectures involve some form of virtualization. Making the leap to servers, virtual machines, and clouds can provide benefits of flexibility, scalability and rapid deployment.
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  • News VRF 461
    • VT MAK Releases VR-Forces 4.6.1
    • August 1 - (Product Maintenance Release)
    • This maintenance release makes a lot of important changes which we believe you will appreciate.
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  • News VRV 231
    • VT MAK Releases VR-Vantage 2.3.1
    • August 1 - (Product Maintenance Release)
    • The VR-Vantage team has been hard at work implementing a variety of important features, enhancements, and fixes.
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  • wum vol 20 no 6web
    • Learning Without Limits
    • June 7 - (June Newsletter)
    • It’s not just for training: MAK’s VR-Forces software expands the limits of learning through simulation with its ability to be extended and customized. From wargaming to experimentation to prototyping, we take a look at how people are learning new things everyday with VR-Forces.
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    • The Power of the Suite
    • May 1 - (May Newsletter)
    • Springtime marks the season for updates to the MAK suite. The releases of VR-Forces 4.6, VR-Vantage 2.3, and VR-Engage 1.2 unleash a slew of exciting new features and capabilities for all of MAK’s customers, across domains and system architectures.
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    VRF461
    • VT MAK Releases VR-Forces 4.6
    • April 18 - (Product Announcement)
    • This latest evolution of VR-Forces contains improvements that will be tangible to virtually every VR-Forces customer. Whether you’re looking for custom outcomes for your missile simulations, modeling the electronic warfare battlespace, or engaging in low-light battle scenarios, there are new features that will improve your simulation accuracy. For those who use CDB databases, model close-up warfare, or want to make last-second changes to a scenario, this version of VR-Forces makes your job much easier.
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    vrv231
    • VT MAK Releases VR-Vantage 2.3
    • April 18 - (Product Announcement)
    • VT MAK is pleased to announce the release of VR-Vantage 2.3! This major feature release adds many new features, while continuing to make significant improvements to our visuals, performance, and content.
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    • VT Product Announcements the Release of VR-Link 5.4
    • April 4 - (Product Announcement)
    • VT MAK is pleased to announce the release of VR-Link 5.4. Used for HLA and DIS Simulation Networking, VR-Link provides an easy way to network simulators and other virtual reality applications using industry standard protocols.
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    wum vol 20 no 4News
    • Off to a Fast Start 
    • March 29 - (April Newsletter)
    • Off to a Fast Start

      A Deeper Dive: MAK Goes to the West Coast
      Tech Tip: Strategies for Building VR-Forces Scenarios

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    wum vol 20 no 3News
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    • VT MAK Releases VR-Engage 1.2 
    • February 21 - (Product Announcement)
      VT MAK is pleased to announce the release of VR-Engage 1.2. First launched in May 2017, VR-Engage is MAK’s multi-role virtual simulator. VR-Engage lets you play the role of a first-person human character; a vehicle driver, gunner or commander; or the pilot of an airplane or helicopter.
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    wum vol 20 no 2News
    • VR-Vantage IG: A Fully-fledged Solution 
    • January 30 - (February Newsletter)
      VR-Vantage 2.3 marks the latest evolution of our visualization product, and our Image Generator capabilities are more robust than ever.
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It’s not just for training: MAK’s VR-Forces software expands the limits of learning through simulation with its ability to be extended and customized. From wargaming to experimentation to prototyping, we take a look at how people are learning new things everyday with VR-Forces. By Rob Hamilton